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Baghdad / Al-Ghad Press:
 
Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi on Tuesday told US President Donald Trump's envoy that Iraq's insistence on reconstruction aims to provide a climate conducive to investment.

A statement from the press office, received by "Al-Gharab Press," a copy of it, "Al-Abbadi received today the special envoy of US President, Brett McCurk, and the official of the file of Iraq and Iran affairs in the United States of America Andrew Beck, Ambassador of America in Iraq Douglas Silliman, The meeting discussed the relations between the two countries and political developments, security and economic and the stage of construction and reconstruction in Iraq and the situation in the region and eliminate the remaining cells of terrorist gangs.

"The insistence of Iraq on the success of uniting the Iraqis towards the goal of reconstruction and providing a climate conducive to investment," Abadi said, adding "the importance of stability in the region and to prevent the causes of tension and focus on ending terrorism."

"The United States believes that Iraq is moving in the right direction," said Brett McCork, adding that "Iraq supports Iraq in the reconstruction and construction phase and the strengthening of security."

He expressed "the support of the United States and its support for Iraq's position on the need to end the remaining pockets of remaining in Syria and fortify the Iraqi border from attempts to penetrate by terrorists."
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Jubouri and McCurk discuss political developments

   
 

 
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18/4/2018 12:23 am 

 BAGHDAD / Al-Sabah: Speaker of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri discussed with the envoy of US President Bert McCork, in the presence of Ambassador Douglas Seelman, security and political developments on the local and regional arenas. The two sides discussed coordination between Iraq and the United States in the fight against terrorism and reconstruction, as well as the ongoing preparations for holding parliamentary elections in the country, according to a statement by the speaker's office. Al-Jubouri stressed that the efforts are concentrated in order to make the democratic experiment in the country succeed by creating all the requirements for the success of the upcoming parliamentary elections and that Iraq needs to mobilize all international and local efforts in order to ensure the participation of all in the voting process, stressing the importance of overcoming all obstacles that prevent Iraqis from practicing The right to choose their representatives in the next parliament. The House Speaker appreciated the efforts of the United States of America. 




For his part, McCork said the United States continues to support Iraq on all levels.
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Maliki discusses with US official strengthening bilateral ties

   
 

 
 


18/4/2018 12:23 am 

 BAGHDAD / Al-Sabah: 
Vice President Nuri al-Maliki discussed with his US counterpart the presence of Ambassador Douglas Silliman on bilateral relations and ways to strengthen them. 
According to a statement by the Office of the Vice President received by «morning», that «Maliki received in his official office, the official file of Iraq and Iran in the United States of America Andrew Beck, in the presence of Ambassador Douglas Silliman, and during the meeting to review bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to strengthen them, To consider the latest developments and developments at the regional and international levels, in addition to a number of issues of common concern ».
The statement added that «Maliki told the US delegation that Iraq is preparing today to hold elections to choose a government based on national bases and fulfill its obligations to meet the aspirations of the Iraqi people», adding that «the draft majority of the political that we adopt with the majority of national forces will contribute to the process of correction The path of the political process in order to build a unified, stable and stable Iraq of security and prosperity ». 
"We continue to strengthen our democracy in spite of the challenges we face," Maliki said. "Stability in the region will be a factor in the stability of Iraq." He reiterated the call to "resolve the Syrian crisis through dialogue away from the use of arms."
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Trump envoy to "Abadi": Iraq is on the right track

Wednesday, 18 April 2018 03:55 p

Trump envoy to "Abadi": Iraq is on the right trackBrett McCork, Iraq 's Trump envoy with Al - Abbadi
 

Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi stressed on the importance of stability in the region and the prevention of the causes of tension and focus on ending terrorism, while the special envoy of US President Brett McCork said that Iraq is now heading in the right direction .

"Prime Minister Haidar al-Abbadi received on Tuesday the special envoy of US President Brett McCurk and the official of the file of Iraq and Iran affairs in the United States of America Andrew Beck and the US ambassador to Iraq, Douglas Seelman," the office of Al-Abbadi said in a statement published by Alsumaria News. During the meeting discussed the relations between the two countries and political developments, security and economic and the stage of construction and reconstruction in Iraq and the situation in the region and eliminate the remaining cells of terrorist gangs .

"The insistence of Iraq on the success of the unification of Iraqis towards the goal of reconstruction and provide a climate conducive to investment," stressed Abadi, "the importance of stability in the region and to prevent the causes of tension and focus on ending terrorism ."

For his part, said Brett McCork that "the United States believes that Iraq is now moving in the right direction," stressing that "his country's support for Iraq in the stage of reconstruction and construction and strengthen security ."

"The United States supports and supports Iraq's position on the need to end remaining pockets of Syria and fortify the Iraqi border from infiltration attempts by terrorists, " McCork said.

 

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Alsumaria News / Baghdad , 
said Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi , on Tuesday, the importance of stability in the region and prevent the causes of tension and focus on ending terrorism., While noting the special envoy of US President Brett Mkourk that Iraq now is moving in the right direction. 

"Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi received on Tuesday the special envoy of US President Brett McCurk and the official of the file on Iraq and Iran affairs in the United States of America Andrew Beck and the US ambassador to Iraq, Douglas Seelman," Abadi's office said in a statement received by Alsumaria News , During the meeting, they discussed the relations between the two countries and the political, security and economic developments, the stage of construction and reconstruction in Iraq, the situation in the region and the elimination of the remaining terrorist gang cells.

 

 


"The insistence of Iraq on the success of the unification of Iraqis towards the goal of reconstruction and provide a climate conducive to investment," Abadi stressed, "the importance of stability in the region and to prevent the causes of tension and focus on ending terrorism." 

"The United States believes that Iraq is moving in the right direction," Brett McCork said. "The United States supports Iraq in the reconstruction and construction phase and the strengthening of security." 

"The United States supports and supports Iraq's position on the need to end remaining pockets of Syria and fortify the Iraqi border from infiltration attempts by terrorists," McCork said.

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Hakim to Trump envoy: Recent developments threaten security and peace in the region

 

 Since 2018-04-17 at 19:54 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad - Mawazine News

The head of the National Alliance, Ammar al-Hakim, on Tuesday, during a meeting with US envoy to fight terrorism, Brett McGuck, recent developments in the region, especially the tripartite aggression against Syria, while stressing that these developments threaten security and peace in the region.

"Al-Hakim received at his office in Baghdad the envoy of the US President to fight terrorism, together with Deputy US Secretary of State Andropic and US Ambassador Douglas Suleiman," said a statement from the office of the head of the National Alliance. And the developments of the security and political situation in Iraq. "

Al-Hakim pointed out that "the priority of the existence of a clear program of the next phase, resulting in a government of service consistent with the rule of the national majority and within the constitutional time and the will of the Iraqis," again "support the national equation, which includes the unity of Iraq and the adoption of institutions and achieve economic development and fight corruption and provide service to people and build positive relationships With the region and the world and avoid Iraq the effects of conflicts. "

"The latest developments threaten security and peace in the region," Al Hakim said. "He fears that Iraq will have some repercussions and affect its stability."

He called on Hakim to "adopt the language of dialogue and understanding to deal with problems"

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"Trump envoy wandering around Mosul and looking" fateful files

"Trump envoy is wandering around Mosul and looking at" fateful files
 

  
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The US embassy in Iraq said Thursday that special presidential envoy Brett McGurk and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Andrew Peake visited Iraq to discuss several files.

"The Special Presidential Envoy of the International Coalition to Combat Brett McGurk and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Andrew Peck visited Iraq to meet with senior Iraqi government and security officials and to review the progress made in stabilizing Iraq after liberating its territory," the embassy said in a statement. Of the preacher. "

The statement added that "McGork and Beck, accompanied by US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliaman, met in Baghdad with Prime Minister Haider Abadi, Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri and other political and religious figures and security, and met the delegation in Erbil with the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq Nechirvan Barzani, The ministers of the region, Qubad Talabani, where the meetings focused on ensuring the permanent defeat of Daash by strengthening the security measures on the borders of Iraq with Syria and plans to destroy the remaining sanctuaries of the Syrian side.

"During his visit, the delegation had the opportunity to learn firsthand about the progress achieved in achieving stability in Mosul and the size of the remaining challenges to restore normalcy to Iraq's second largest city." He visited Makkurk and Beek, a market reopened in eastern Mosul, Mosul and Mosul University where US-funded work to eliminate the threat of explosives continues. The United States and 25 other donor countries of the International Alliance have committed more than $ 834 million to the UN Stabilization Fund The United Nations Development Program to support the activities of vital stability in areas free of authoritarian control. "

"It is important for partners to implement their commitments to ensure full funding for UNDP's stabilization projects this year," McGork said. "We welcome the commitment made by 24 partners last month in Kuwait under the auspices of the European Union and the World Bank, 30 billion dollars for the reconstruction of Iraq in the long term. "

"The United States is committed to continuing security, political and economic cooperation with Iraq within the framework of the strategic framework agreement between the United States and Iraq, and the United States supports a unified, democratic, federal and prosperous Iraq that includes a stable and effective Kurdistan Region."

 
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Washington: We are committed to continuing security, political and economic cooperation with Baghdad

 

 Since 2018-04-19 at 18:33 (Baghdad time)

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Washington on Thursday confirmed its commitment to continue security, political and economic cooperation with Baghdad within the framework of the Strategic Framework Agreement between the United States and Iraq, while pointing to its support for a united Iraq, democratic, federally and prosperous, including a stable and effective Iraqi Kurdistan region.

The US embassy in Baghdad, in a statement received by "Mawazine News" copy, that "the special presidential envoy Brett McGurk and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Andrew Beck visited Iraq for the period from 16 to 18 April," noting that "the special presidential envoy to the International Alliance to fight Brett Deputy Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Andrew Beck, visited Iraq to meet with senior Iraqi government and security officials and to see progress made in stabilizing Iraq after the liberation of its territory from supporters. "

The statement added that "McGork and Beck, accompanied by US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliaman, met in Baghdad with Prime Minister Haider Abadi, the Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri, and other political figures, religious and security," pointing out that "the delegation also met in Erbil also with the Prime Minister The Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq, Nechirvan Barzani, and Deputy Prime Minister of the province, Qubad Talabani.

He explained that "the meetings focused on ensuring the permanent defeat of Da'ash through the strengthening of security measures on the borders of Iraq with Syria and plans to destroy the remaining sanctuaries on the Syrian side," noting that "the delegation had during his visit, the opportunity to see directly the progress made in To achieve stability in the city of Mosul and the size of the remaining challenges to restore normal life to the second largest city in Iraq. "

"They visited a market reopened in eastern Mosul and toured the areas devastated by an oppressive organization in western Mosul and visiting Mosul University, where the US-funded work continues to remove the risk of explosives," he said.

"The United States and 25 other donor nations of the international coalition have pledged and contributed more than $ 834 million to the UNDP Stabilization Fund to support vital stabilization activities in areas free of authoritarian control," he said.

"It is important that partners implement their commitments to ensure full funding for UNDP's stabilization projects this year," he said.

"Twenty-four partners pledged last month in Kuwait under the auspices of the European Union and the World Bank to provide nearly $ 30 billion for the long-term reconstruction of Iraq," he said.

 "The United States is committed to continuing security, political and economic cooperation with Iraq within the framework of the strategic framework agreement between the United States and Iraq," he said.

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Brett McGuck, the special presidential envoy of the International Coalition, visited to try to defeat the city of Mosul on Thursday, a move considered part of a ploy before the May 12 elections in Baghdad. He held a series of meetings in Erbil, Sulaymaniyah, Baghdad and Mosul.

In a rare interview with the daily Yani Shafak, Fiha al-Bayati, a former member of the Iraqi parliament, said it was a dangerous development for the Berth MacGorek meetings a month before the election 

that McGowork's activities were to deepen instability and sow the seeds of unrest. Our ballot box. 

"The United States and the European countries always want chaos in Iraq, they all benefit from instability in the region, the Iraqi central government has taken a series of decisions on Kirkuk and Mosul and have taken military, political and economic steps ... We know that the American and Western bloc is disturbed by these decisions . 

pressure for the secession of the Kurdistan Regional Government

McGowork meets people who want to divide Iraq and support the interests of the West. Where he held meetings with Qubad Talabani, Nujervan Barzani and members of the popular crowd. These dirty relationships are part of the network formed in 2014 under the guise of a hasty organization. Al-Bayati said the regional project for the map of division and control of terrorism was implemented by McGowork. 

After the failed referendum on September 25, a new push for "Kurdistan" led by the United States, Britain and France may emerge. This time, they will work with Barzani, Talabani, Kuran and other Kurdish groups. We see the MacGork meetings as a first step. Al - Bayati said that if the countries of the region and local elements lost their vigilance, new steps will be taken to the "Kurdish state" independent , 

held the Kurdistan Regional Government on September 25 referendum is illegal in an attempt to declare independence from Baghdad , the 

looting of the United States , Syria and Iraq

"The English formed the ground of occupation when they came to this geography in 1918 on the basis of Turkish hostility," said al-Bayati, "The United States continues this tradition, the country has been largely destroyed and Iraq's natural resources have been exploited by imperialist forces." 

"The one perpetrator of the massacres and massacres is the United States, which seeks to justify its actions by inciting hatred against Turkey between the Kurds and the Arabs." McGraw was appointed as the most recent representative of the concept, whose main strategy is to continue plundering the wealth of Syria and Iraq and creating space for the United States and its allies Through the use of opposition against Turkey. " 

Iraqi politicians on Saturday officially launched an election campaign for next month's parliamentary elections. There are 24 million Iraqis eligible to cast their ballots to elect members of Parliament, who will elect the Iraqi president and prime minister.

The elections are the first since the terrorist group was defeated last year after a three-year war and the second since the United States withdrew from Iraq in 2011. The 

vote is the fourth in the Arab state since US-led forces invaded Iraq to topple Saddam Hussein's regime. In 2003.
 
Translated by: Haider Al Khazali
Source: Yenisafak
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